Long Island Food

Author: T.W. Barritt
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625853718
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Long Island Food from the Author: T.W. Barritt. Beyond its crowded highways, Long Island serves up a plentiful, eclectic bounty with a side of history. Enticing appetites from Nassau to Montauk, food writer and Long Island native T.W. Barritt explores how immigrant families built a still thriving agricultural community, producing everything from crunchy pickles and hearty potatoes to succulent Long Island duckling. Experience the rise and fall of Long Island’s bustling oyster industry and its reemergence today. And meet the modern-day pioneers—in community agriculture, wine, cheese, fine dining and craft spirits—who are reinventing Long Island’s food landscape and shaping a delicious future.

The Hamptons And Long Island Homegrown Cookbook

Author: Leeann Lavin
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 0760337578
Size: 80.19 MB
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The Hamptons And Long Island Homegrown Cookbook from the Author: Leeann Lavin. Profiles twenty-seven of the well-known chefs and restaurant owners of the region and the farmers who supply them with fresh ingredients, with seventy-five recipes for seasonal dishes.

Food Lovers Guide To Long Island

Author: Peter Gianotti
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493010360
Size: 60.13 MB
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Food Lovers Guide To Long Island from the Author: Peter Gianotti. Food Lovers' Guides Indispensable handbooks to local gastronomic delights The ultimate guides to the food scene in their respective states or regions, these books provide the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Engagingly written by local authorities, they are a one-stop for residents and visitors alike to find producers and purveyors of tasty local specialties, as well as a rich array of other, indispensable food-related information including: • Food festivals and culinary events • Farmers markets and farm stands • Specialty food shops • Places to pick your own produce • One-of-a-kind restaurants and landmark eateries • Recipes using local ingredients and traditions • The best wineries and brewpubs

Foods Of Long Island

Author: Peggy Katalinich
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9780810912618
Size: 37.21 MB
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Foods Of Long Island from the Author: Peggy Katalinich. Shares recipes for appetizers, soups, salads, vegetables, fish, poultry, meat, and desserts featuring ingredients produced on Long Island

Long Island

Author: Raymond E. Spinzia
Size: 10.88 MB
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Long Island from the Author: Raymond E. Spinzia. Organised by town and then subdivided into the various villages and hamlets, this popular guide provides informative entries for each locale. Going beyond the scope of a typical travel guide, this book includes directions from the Long Island Expressway to places of special interest: federal, state and county parks and preserves; archaeological sites; museums; and nature conservancies.

Insiders Guide To Long Island

Author: Jason Rich
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762765666
Size: 33.97 MB
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Insiders Guide To Long Island from the Author: Jason Rich. Your Travel Destination. Your Home. Your Home-To-Be. Long Island Explore a 118-mile-long reason to love New York. Experience the best of Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Savor the beaches, the fresh seafood, the local wines. • A personal, practical perspective for travelers and residents alike • Comprehensive listings of attractions, restaurants, and accommodations • How to live & thrive in the area—from recreation to relocation • Countless details on shopping, arts & entertainment, and children’s activities

Savoring The Hamptons

Author: Silvia Lehrer
Publisher: Running Press
ISBN: 0762442336
Size: 42.46 MB
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Savoring The Hamptons from the Author: Silvia Lehrer. The Hamptons possess an unmistakable and indisputable charm. The bounty of the farms and the character of each town in this string of villages have created a remarkable culinary culture among the sand dunes and lighthouses. Savoring the Hamptons is a culinary celebration of this unique region. The book is divided by season to highlight the variety of elements and characteristically rugged charm of the Hamptons. The ensemble of more than 250 recipes is accompanied by stories and photographs of local wineries, farmers, fisherman, artisans, and restaurateurs to create a Hamptons mosaic. From Starr Boggs in Westhampton Beach and Mecox Bay Dairy in Bridgehampton to Wolfer Estates in Sagaonack and Quail Hill Organic Farm in Amagansett, this is the definitive cookbook of the Hamptons. There are more than 60 stunning full-color food photographs and scenery shots throughout.

Savoring The Hamptons

Author: Silvia Lehrer
Publisher: Running Press
ISBN: 0762440236
Size: 23.47 MB
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Savoring The Hamptons from the Author: Silvia Lehrer. Celebrates the cuisine in the Hamptons region of Long Island, New York, with more than 250 recipes, stories, and color photographs of the area's culinary elite.

The Long Island Motor Parkway

Author: Howard Kroplick
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 143963629X
Size: 52.74 MB
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The Long Island Motor Parkway from the Author: Howard Kroplick. A forerunner of the modern highway system, the Long Island Motor Parkway was constructed during the advent of the automobile and at a pivotal time in American history. Following a spectator death during the 1906 Vanderbilt Cup Race, the concept for a privately owned speedway on Long Island was developed by William K. Vanderbilt Jr. and his business associates. It would be the first highway built exclusively for the automobile. Vanderbilt’s dream was to build a safe, smooth, police-free road without speed limits where he could conduct his beloved automobile races without spectators running onto the course. Features such as the use of reinforced concrete, bridges to eliminate grade crossings, banked curves, guardrails, and landscaping were all pioneered for the parkway. Reflecting its poor profitability and the availability of free state-built public parkways, the historic 48-mile Long Island Motor Parkway closed on Easter Sunday, April 17, 1938.